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    Here's a more recent video. The video in the post above was from 2019. Unfortunately, the snow day seen in this video was over by 3:30PM. You'll see in the CSX coal train a multitude of GALX hoppers in different paint schemes. Fast forward 30 seconds if you want to skip the intro. The CSX coal train sequence begins at 5:23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jordon412 View Post
    Here's a video featuring one of the many BNSF coal trains that pass thru town. As you can see, the HYWX on these trains are a little different. They first appear at 0:36.
    The HYWX hoppers on the site correspond to the prototype paint scheme for the number range covered, as seen in these photos:

    http://www.wsor.rrpicturearchives.ne...spx?id=2452208

    http://www.wsor.rrpicturearchives.ne...spx?id=2452213

    However, the darker colored variety does seem to be more common from what I've seen. Railfanned more Georgia Power trains than I can count on the Thayer South Sub in northern Arkansas.
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    Perhaps instead of whinging about the things you don't have you should be thankful for the 51 (that I know of) Autoflood IIIs that guido73 has produced



    including two one-of-kind railcars,



    and not to mention an additional 10 Trinity Rapid Discharge cars.



    Many for free. Just saying...
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    What year were the auto flood cars introduced, please?

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    interesting. could really use some obscure private owners in trainz
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    Quote Originally Posted by warpedboy2 View Post
    What year were the auto flood cars introduced, please?
    Good question, Johnstown American was the original manufacturer, later renamed Freightcar America. Near as I can tell the original Autofloods were built in the late 70's followed by the Autoflood II and Autoflood III but I haven't found a definitive timeline.
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    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    Good question, Johnstown American was the original manufacturer, later renamed Freightcar America. Near as I can tell the original Autofloods were built in the late 70's followed by the Autoflood II and Autoflood III but I haven't found a definitive timeline.
    Thanks for your answer.

    They look good behind BN SD70macs, so its good to know it prototypical

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    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    Good question, Johnstown American was the original manufacturer, later renamed Freightcar America. Near as I can tell the original Autofloods were built in the late 70's followed by the Autoflood II and Autoflood III but I haven't found a definitive timeline.
    Based on best available information from new builds tables, Autoflood II were built between 1997 and 2004 from Johnstown America and 2003-2008 from Freightcar America, and Autoflood III between 2000 and 2005 (JA) and between 2004 and 2009 (FA).

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    Quote Originally Posted by guido73 View Post
    Based on best available information from new builds tables, Autoflood II were built between 1997 and 2004 from Johnstown America and 2003-2008 from Freightcar America, and Autoflood III between 2000 and 2005 (JA) and between 2004 and 2009 (FA).
    Thanks for the reply.

    Unfortunately that puts them a little out of my time frame.

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    somewhat off-topic but someone told me that RRMods is working on an update to the TOFC trailers that used to be on the website. Any news on it?
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    There is no truth to that, sorry. Eventually when i have time i might re-upload the old ones on our new site but for now there is no new updated mesh in the works.



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    https://i.imgur.com/MxmIAKG.jpg
    this image on Trainz.net told me
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    New Autoflood 3 5-Bay Coal Hoppers from Guido73 are now available!
    http://guido73.rrmods.us

    These are for Auran Trainz TS12 and T:ANE

    These are highly detailed and precision modeled cars.
    Cars feature updated textures and bump map textures.

    Reporting marks and number series include:
    GLFX (Gulf Power Co.) 8001-8125
    HLMX (Helm Financial Corporation) 555000-555209

    Make sure you download the RRMods Script/Sound Library
    http://www.rrmods.us/product/rrmods-...sound-library/


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    Guido73 of RRMods announces the release of the Trinity 5851cf 4-bay plastic pellet hopper
    for Auran TS12 and T:ANE
    http://guido73.rrmods.us/

    This is the one-of-a-kind Trinity Industries Poly Flo demonstrator car from 1988 that started the plastics hopper production for Trinity in the late 1980s. The car is very unique as it has two types of plastic pellets gates to showcase to railroads and lessors - YSD Double Groove and Ellcon National Norson pellet gates. The only known photograph is in the book The Legend of Trinity Industries, Inc by Jeffrey L Rodengen (2000).

    Reporting marks and number series include:
    TILX (Trinity Industries Leasing Company) 58001

    Make sure you download the RRMods Script/Sound Library
    http://www.rrmods.us/product/rrmods-...sound-library/

    Own a distinct piece of manufacturing history! Pick yours up now for a special introductory price good until Midnight April 22rd.

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    New Freighcar America 3744cf 3-Bay Coal Hoppers from Guido73 are now available!
    http://guido73.rrmods.us

    These are for Trainz TS12 and T:ANE

    These are brand new, highly detailed and accurately modeled cars for Trainz!!
    Cars have prototypical details with a special body style for 3,744 cubic foot capacity.

    Reporting marks and number series include:
    CSX Transportation (CSXT) 834700-835199
    JAIX Leasing Corporation (JAIX) 840000-840099
    Norfolk Southern (NS) 146500-148329

    FreightCar America Inc. produces 100-ton capacity triple hopper cars.
    The Triple Hopper was designed to be an all steel/stainless steel
    open top triple hopper having six doors arranged to operate in pairs
    with double adjustable door locks. The car design is based on a
    286,000 pound gross rail load and AAR Plate B clearance diagram.
    The empty weight of each car is 58,900 pounds.

    Pick yours up now for a special introductory price good until Midnight Dec 9th




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